Science

Probiotics

Probiotic supplements help replenish and encourage the growth of beneficial intestinal bacteria. First conceived of in the early 20th century, the use of probiotics has skyrocketed since then. Probiotics are frequently used to help relieve diarrhea, constipation, gas, and bloating.

In order to provide their beneficial effects, probiotics have to pass through the stomach into the colon. Unfortunately, your stomach is a harsh, unforgiving place, and many microorganisms cannot survive the corrosive stomach acid. If your stomach is killing off the probiotics you’re taking before they even reach your intestines, you might as well be flushing them down the toilet for all the good they’re doing you.

ProbioSlim contains the revolutionary probiotic, LactoSpore®. Unlike other probiotics, LactoSpore is not sensitive to the harsh environment of the stomach. Instead of being neutralized in the stomach, LactoSpore reaches the colon where it can safely multiply. For these reasons, LactoSpore has been found to be extremely helpful in the relief of diarrhea, constipation, gas, and bloating.

When it came to formulating an innovative probiotic supplement, LactoSpore was an obvious choice for the scientists at ProbioSlim. But beneficial bacteria alone aren’t enough to make up a truly groundbreaking digestive health supplement. Like all living things, even probiotics need food.

Click here to learn more about prebiotics and the bacterial super-food in ProbioSlim »

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